Click here to see a list of scholarships on the BGHS AVID site.
Announcements regarding online meetings are emailed to CSF members through School Loop email. Minutes are posted here.
CSF APPLICATIONS DUE FRIDAY, 2/14
Return completed applications to Mrs. Pedregon in room 108 by 3:00 pm on Friday, February 14.
CSF MEMBERSHIP APPLICATIONS - FALL 2019
CSF Membership Applications - Fall 2019
Please bring your grade report from Fall 2019 and your application to our next lunch meeting in room 108 on Thursday, February 6 so we can assist you in completing it correctly.
CSF SWEATSHIRTS - UPDATE
CSF Sweatshirts - Update
The sweatshirts we ordered in December are back-ordered. The company told us they would send them to us next week. We hope to have them the first week of February.
If you are a senior, please consider applying for one of these CSF awards.
Seymour Memorial Awards ($2000-$5000)
Nomination deadline is February 18. Please let me know if you would like me to nominate you for this award.
Michelson Memorial Award ($1000)
Deadline to submit your essay is December 22. Please click on the link above fo the prompt and application guidelines.
Outstanding Sealbearer Awards ($1000)
Nomination deadline is March 1. Please let me know if you would like me to nominate you for this award.
CSF ROSTER FOR SPRING 2019 - FINALIZED
The CSF roster for Spring 2019 has been finalized. If you applied for CSF, please check your School Loop email to see if you qualified. If you did not qualify, you may reapply next semester. All current members will also need to reapply. Continue to do your best in all your classes!
BELL GARDENS HIGH SCHOOL CSF MISSION STATEMENT
The California Scholarship Federation (CSF) emphasizes high standards of service, scholarship, and citizenship for California high school students. CSF encourages service to the school and community while fostering pride in scholastic achievement.
The California Scholarship Federation (CSF) promotes and recognizes high standards of scholarship, service, and citizenship on the part of California school students. The idea for a statewide organization to honor outstanding high school students was first proposed by Mr. Charles F. Seymour at a convention of high school principals in Oakland in 1916. Mr. Seymour was then vice-principal of National City High School in San Diego County, and in 1916 had organized a scholarship society on his campus, modeling it after one already established at Long Beach Polytechnic High School.